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Adda Notes: Under performing Hyderabad take confidence from Delhi record against Chennai

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Table-toppers Team Chennai will take on bottom dwellers Team Hyderabad in the 23rd match of Indian T20 League 2021 on April 28, Wednesday, as the teams move to Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium now known as Arun Jaitley Stadium.

Chennai and Hyderabad have encountered separate trajectories to their campaigns this season so far. While the MS Dhoni-led Team Chennai have won all matches barring one, David Warner’s Hyderabad have lost all but one match.

Warner & Co. come to the contest on the back of a tough record as well. The Chennai vs Hyderabad head-to-head record is dominated by the former side who have won 71.43% of their matches against the orange army.

Head-to-Head Overall

Chennai

Metrics

Hyderabad

14

Matches

14

10

Wins

4

71.43%

Win Percentage

28.57%

However, it is at Delhi's Arun Jaitley Stadium that Hyderabad stand shoulder to shoulder with Chennai in terms of their win ratio. And Warner will hope to ride on Kane Williamson and Johnny Bairstow's brilliant form to stun Chennai.

Record at Arun Jaitley Stadium

Chennai

Metrics

Hyderabad

8

Matches

8

6

Wins

6

75%

Win Percentage

75%

What makes this face-off all the more intense is the batting prowess of both the teams. While Chennai have averaged 180.2 while batting first in their last five matches, Hyderabad's batting heavy side has averaged 180.8 in the same number of matches while batting first.

Hence, the toss is expected to play a massive role in deciding the outcome.

Coin Toss and Head-to-Head last 5 matches

Chennai

Metrics

Hyderabad

4

Tosses Won

1

3

Matches Won

2

60%

Win Percentage

40%

Chennai will be banking on veteran batsmen Robin Uthappa and Ambati Rayudu to get the job done against Hyderabad given the batsmen's tally of 509 and 496 respectively, against the orange army.

For Hyderabad, David Warner will remain the biggest weapon against Chennai as he has garnered 482 runs against them. Warner is followed by Kane Williamson, who has 301 runs against Chennai.

However, the standout bowler against Hyderabad can be Dwayne Bravo, who has a whopping 19 wickets as compared to Hyderabad's Sandeep Sharma and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who have 10 wickets each against Chennai.

Featured Picture: AFP/Arun Sankar

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